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Simple design HE>i grows into booming business - KHON2

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“Now even rich people with nice cars on 'em, not just North Shore beater cars. So it's nice seeing a Lexus or BMW on the road,” said Kaimana Plemer.
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The one core secret to social media marketing success | Mark Schaefer

The one core secret to social media marketing success | Mark Schaefer | How to become rich | Scoop.it

...You could go blind reading tricks, tips and strategies for social media marketing success. But after being immersed in this space for many years now and having counseled thousands of business owners, executives and students, I think there is really one core idea everyone needs to consider when embarking on this journey.

 

Most companies and individuals start with an examination of platforms. Do I need a Facebook page? A blog? A Twitter account?  Where do I start and how do I get going?

 

Instead, I think there is another fundamental question to ask: “What is the source of my rich content?”

 

Let me explain what I mean by this strange little question with a story....


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Mark Schaefer shares a story, a lesson and passionate insight into social media and the importance of rich content. Recommended reading.